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Premium Social protest photography and public history: “Whose streets? Our streets!”: New York City, 1980–2000
Author(s)
Carroll Tamar W.
Publication year2021
Publication title
journal of the history of the behavioral sciences
Resource typeJournals
Abstract “Whose streets? Our streets!,” a traveling exhibition that debuted at the Bronx Documentary Center in January 2017, brings together the work of 37 independent photographers who covered protests in New York City between 1980 and 2000. Collectively, they chronicle social justice struggles related to race relations and police brutality; war and the environment; HIV/AIDS and queer activism; abortion rights, feminism, and the culture wars; and housing, education, and labor. The exhibition and companion multimedia website demonstrate the role that photographers, activists, and ordinary people play in enacting democratic social change. They also highlight social protest photography as an important source for doing public history.
Subject(s)art , criminology , democracy , exhibition , feminism , gender studies , law , lesbian , media studies , police brutality , political science , politics , public history , queer , social justice , social movement , sociology , visual arts
Language(s)English
SCImago Journal Rank0.216
H-Index26
eISSN1520-6696
pISSN0022-5061
DOI10.1002/jhbs.22082

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